Courses in English 2022

Undergraduate

Second semester 2022 (August - November)

  • Consumer Behaviour
  • Current Political Issues of Latin America
  • Current Topics of Human Rights through FIlm
  • Dictatorship and Political Activism: the 60s and 70s in the Southern Cone
  • Environmental Architecture
  • Furniture Fundamentals: Local Heritage through Global Design
  • Genocide in the 20th Century
  • Human Rights Law* 
  • Inflation and disinflation in Argentina
  • Introduction to US Law* 
  • Latin America in Sounds & Images: Fashion, Music, and Cinema of the 20th and 21st Centuries
  • Latin American Politics & Policy-Making
  • Origins and Development of the Peronist Movement in Argentina
  • Politics and Society in Latin America
  • Politics in the Middle East
  • Populism in Comparative Perspective
  • Public International Law* 
  • South American Biodesign: from Biomanufacturing to Entrepreneurial Culture
  • South of South: Recent Latin American Art in Context
  • Sports International Arbitration*
  • Strategic Management and the Sustainable Development Goals
  • Technology, Innovation and Economic Growth: Theory and Practice
  • The social brain: understanding the relationship between cognition and environment
  • Web Design, Development & Social Media

Most of these courses, with the exception of those marked with an * entail 68 contact hours and at least an additional 102 hours of work outside of the classroom.


Graduate

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Business in Argentina: Understanding Emerging Markets

Summer Camp in Emerging Markets 

Master in Management & Analytics (MiM)

February - March 2022  August - October 2022 (TBC)
The courses offered in February – March entail 30 class/contact hours; the ones in August – October entail 15 contact hours. Students must do at least 1.5 hours of work on their own per class/ contact hours.

Master in Law and Economics (MDE)

April 11 - 14, 2022 (TBC)

June 27 - 30, 2022 (TBC)
July 18 - 21, 2022 (TBC)

Note: Students who choose to take courses in English at UTDT will not need to show proof of Spanish proficiency. However, if English is not their first language nor that of instruction at the home university, they will need to certify that they have at least a B2 level in that language. all students are welcome to join our Argentine Culture and Language courses offered in February and July.

For further information please contact international@utdt.edu